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they are so talented

This or The Apocalypse has matured so much in just 2 albums. this is album is going to go down in one of my most favorite metal albums ever.

Great Album

This album is a very interesting step from their first. There's a much larger vocal range, including some (sort of) clean vocals on several songs. The musical intricacy is much deeper than Monuments, with better transitions and a lot more melody, while still maintaining the same spirit. The lyrics are excellent, and the vocals that deliver them are all very compelling, though not as heavy as bands like August Burns Red. This Or The Apocalypse is a really good young band, with their own sound, and good heads on their shoulders. I would have bought this album just based on how nice a set of guys they are, but this album is exceptional, and definitely worth a purchase by anyone.

t.o.t.a.

This band has evolved into such a great band. There first cd was good, but this one is the one. I see good times ahead of them, there talent has gotten so much better, the sounding of this cd is amazing, Chris Adler did a great job on working on this cd, I believe this is the cd to make them on top.

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Genre: Rock

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Ever since their beginnings in early 2006, Lancaster, PA's This or the Apocalypse have set themselves apart from prevailing metalcore trends, thanks to an uncommonly advanced instrumental technique and a willingness to experiment with other metallic subgenres (thrash, death, groove, math metal, etc.), thereby breathing a little life into an otherwise increasingly moribund scene. Comprised of vocalist Ricky Armellino, guitarists Rodney Fields and Jack Esbanshade, bassist Sean Hennessey, and drummer...
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